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Togepi Crochet Pattern by Taikxo Togepi Crochet Pattern by Taikxo
After much deliberation and internal fighting, I decided to give this pattern to the masses.
<3 Enjoy.
Link to finished plush~ [link]
Sorryfor how quite it is. My video mic did not want to co-operate.

Crochet Togepi Pattern
Translated by Taikxo
White worsted weight yarn
Tan worsted weight yarn
Small amount of black yarn
Small amount of red yarn (or red felt)
Small amount of blue yarn (or blue felt)
Small amount of black felt (optional for eyes)
Small amount of peach yarn (or peach felt)
Yarn needle
The number on the left refers to round, or row when applicable. The number at the end of each set of instructions is the total number of stitches at the end of the row.

Using a tan colored yarn.
Arms, Make 2.
Start with a magic ring.
1: 4sc in magic ring. (4)
2: inc in each stitch around. (8)
3: sc around. (8)
4: *inc, sc in next* around. (12)

Using white.
Start with magic ring.
1: 6 sc in magic ring. (6)
2: inc around (12)
3: *inc, sc in next* around (18)
4: *inc, sc in next 2 sc* around (24)
5: sc in next 2, *inc in next, sc in next 3* 6 times, sc in last stitch. (30)
6: *sc in next 4, inc* around (36)
7: *inc, sc in next 5* around. (42)
8: sc in next 2 *inc, sc in next 6* around, sc in last 4 sc. (48)
9: sc in next 4 *inc, sc in next 7* around, sc in last 3 sc. (54)
10: sc around. (54)
11: sc in next 6, *inc, sc in next 8* around, sc in last 2. (60)
12-17: sc around. (60)
18: *sc in next 13, dec* around (56)
19: *sc in next 5, dec* around (48)
Change to tan
20: Working in Back Loops Only, sc around. (48) Bind off.

Using white, join yarn at the end of row 19.
Work in Front Loops Only.
Work 3 “cluster A”s, then work 1 “Cluster B”, then work the rest of the row in “Cluster A”
“Cluster A”
Slip Stitch in next sc, sc in next sc, hdc in next sc, *dc chain 1, dc* in next stitch, hdc in next sc, sc in next sc.

“Cluster B”
Slip stitch in next sc, chain 1, hdc in next stitch, chain 1, slip stitch in chain, hdc in next sc, *hdc chain 1, slip stitch in chain, hdc* in next sc, hdc in next sc, chain 1, slip stitch in chain, hdc in next sc, chain 1.

Stuff as much as possible.

Using Tan, make 2.
Start with Magic Circle.
1: 6 sc in magic ring. (6)
2: *sc in next, inc in next, sc in next* around. (8)
3: sc in next 2 sc, inc, sc in next 3 sc, inc, sc in last sc. (10)
4: sc in next 3 sc, inc, sc in next 4, inc, sc in last sc. (12)
5-7: sc around. (12)
Begin stuffing
8: dec around. (6)
Bind off and add any more stuffing needed to fill out shape.

Now, from hear on out, it gets very tricky and confusing. So read the pattern carefully!

Crown Points.
Using tan, make 5.
On the 5th one, DO NOT BIND OFF.

Start with a magic circle.
1: 6sc in magic circle. (6)
2: sc in next, inc, sc in next 2, inc, sc in last sc. (8)
3: sc in next 2 sc, inc, sc in next 3 sc, inc, sc in last sc. (10)
4: sc in next 3 sc, inc, sc in next 4 sc, inc, sc in last sc. (12)
5: sc in next 4 sc, inc, sc in next 5 sc, inc, sc in last sc. (14)
6: sc in next 5 sc, inc, sc in next 6 sc, inc, sc in last sc. (16)
Bind off leaving a few inches of yarn to sew holes together.

There MUST be 16.

Crown of the head.
Sc in next 8 sc.
*sc in first 8 sc of point* 4 more times. You want to leave the long end close to where the points meet. There WILL be holes there, and you need to sew them up.
2: *sc in next 6 sc, dec* around. (35)
3: *sc in next 5 sc, dec* around. (30)
4: *sc in next 4 sc, dec* around. (25)
5: *sc in next 3 sc, dec* around. (20)
6: *sc in next 2 sc, dec* around. (15)
7: *sc in next sc, dec* around. (10)
8: dec around. (5)

Bind off leaving a long tail. Do not stuff yet. Do not sew any holes together yet.

Now, you will be working in the stitches left over from the points.

Face/neck area.
1: Sc in the remaining 8 sc of each point. (40)
2: *inc in next sc, sc in next 9 sc* around. (44)
3: sc in next 6 sc, *inc, sc in next 10 sc* 3 times, Inc, sc in last 4 sc. (48)
4-5: sc around. (48)

Bind off leaving a very long tail to sew head to body.
Stuff the head lightly.
Begin sewing the head to the body so one of the points is centered over the “Cluster B”. (I used a whipstitch.)
When you only have about 10 stitches left to sew together, stuff the rest of the head and body. Make the shape egg-like.
Finish sewing the head on.
Remember how we have the 6 different holes? We’re going to use them to finalize the shape. Use a stuffing tool, pencil, or chopstick to finish stuffing the body.
Using the tails left over, sew all of the holes closed.

Use a small amount of black yarn, and embroider a line to separate the 2 toes on each foot.
If you used felt, cut out felt shapes using the templates provided.
Cut 2 of A in red, 2 of A in blue, 1 B in blue, 1 C in blue, 1 D in red, 1 E in red, 2 Ovals in black, 2 smaller ovals in white, and 2 “D” shapes in peach.
If you want to embroider the plush like I did do so now.
Do so in this order.
Eyes (pupils, lines, and catchlights.)
Red triangles and square-ish shapes.
Blue triangles
Soles of feet

Sew the feet to the underside of the shell to the plush will stand on its own.
Sew the arms on opposite sides of the shell.

Weave in all ends.

Pattern is © of Nintendo, 1999.
Translation is © of Taikxo.
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Unknownlivi Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2014  New member
I've been struggling with the head(crown) whole part and Its been since last yr could you pleassssseee do a tutorial on the head(crown part) ?????)):
Cierraxxmist Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014
What size needle did you use to make this.?? I'm being misty for Halloween and I'm dying to make this.
Ashley-Renae Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you soooo much for this amazing pattern! I used it to make my Togepi to carry around at Dragon*Con & everyone loved it! (^~^)/ <3 Here's how mine turned out ((-:…
Taikxo Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
Your togepi rocks!
Thanks so much for linking me! ^_^ You did well.
deathskullz246 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014
Thank you so much for this pattern! I made one for my friend:…

I'm going to add it onto my devi account, crediting you of course!
cartama Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
pleasessssssssssssss what cluster a and b mean?
IchigoNekos Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello! could you tell me where I'm starting the stitches at the beginning of the crown of the head? I'm really confused >.< Thanks!
Brukav Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013
Thanks for sharing the pattern, I can't wait to make one to go with my collection.
LeafyWildFlower Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thanks for the pattern! Here is how mine turned out ^^…
Robezpierre Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013
Thanks for this pattern! This is one of the fastest crochet patterns for Pokemon that I've found, and it looks great!

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